Oh, Jesus, I had completely forgotten about the "Rebecca records a song" story line. Rebecca is in the studio, preparing to record her song. It sounds very much like The Sundays. In an interview, Rebecca says that when she sings or performs music, "it's like an outpouring of [her] soul," and "it makes things so comprehensible." I would make fun of that statement, but in recent interviews, she's talked about how embarrassed she is by it, so I'll leave it alone. Rebecca finishes that song, and Sir Mix-A-Lot tells her he wants to tape three more. Rebecca would love to, because she thinks "it's the most fun thing in the world."
Nathan gives Stephanie a piggyback ride. Stephanie tries on a dress, and she really does have a great figure. I'd never noticed before, because she usually wears such baggy clothes. Nathan and Stephanie sit on a bench on the street. Nathan says that he won't change. Stephanie feels like she's holding him back. Nathan says that she gives him the inspiration to do the things he's done. What, get really drunk? Cheat on her? Stephanie says that she's scared, and Nathan says that he is too, but they love each other so much that things will be fine. I just realized that the vocal track doesn't match up with their actions. Obviously, this is a voice-over meant to look like it's what they were saying at the time. Not that it matters. In an interview, Nathan says that Stephanie will probably be mad at him for not telling her about Lisa right away, but he doesn't think it's the place or time. Plus, he's probably scared she'll punch him in the face. They kiss and walk down the street.
In the radio station conference room, Rebecca plays her song for Nathan and Lindsay. Rebecca tells them that she wrote and sang it, and that Sir Mix-A-Lot produced it. Nathan asks, "You wrote all the words?" No, Nathan, she wrote every other word. Dumb-ass. In a confessional, Rebecca says that she may seem meek, but that she's strong, and that there's not much that she thinks she can't do. She says it's not arrogant, but it's "inner faith." She doesn't come off as arrogant, anyway. Flashback to Rebecca recording her song. Oh, great. Now I'm going to have this stupid song in my head all day tomorrow. After the song is over, Lindsay says she really likes it a lot. Nathan says he's proud of her, and encourages her to give it to someone at the station. Or, try to get it played on national television. Oh, she just did!